Problem: At 0 degrees Celsius, the ion product constant of water is 1.2x10-15. The pH of pure water at this temperature is:   A. 6.88 B. 7.00 C. 7.46 D. 7.56

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At 0 degrees Celsius, the ion product constant of water is 1.2x10-15. The pH of pure water at this temperature is:

A. 6.88

B. 7.00

C. 7.46

D. 7.56

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